The theme of the 28th annual event is "Filled to Overflow: Serving, Sharing, and Telling."

This year's event is based on John 8:38, "Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow within them." It is the Lord Christ we are serving by telling and sharing His love as we help families, churches, and communities towards wellness.

This annual national gathering of nurses, pastors, lay leaders, and others helps us focus on our calling, to share and tell the love of Christ, and to serve Him in all that we do.

There are many opportunities to gain new knowledge, network, and share resources to help you in developing new programs and ministries in congregational health.


This event is open to all Concordia alumni, employees, and current students, as well as church groups, nurses and other health or ministry professionals, and the community at large.

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This two-day event runs from May 20-21, 2020. Check back closer to the conference for a full schedule of events.


Day One keynote speakers include former Wisconsin Gov. Martin Schrieber, RN Beth Propp, NP Elizabeth Deck, and the Rev. Dr. Daniel Paavola.

A diverse selection of breakout sessions will be offered on Day Two. Participants will be able to select which breakout sessions they'd like to attend.


Concordia is thankful for its presenting sponsors who help make this annual event possible: